How does a Chess Exhibition look like?It can be a Simultaneous exhibition (short name = simul).Than the exhibitioneer plays against more than one opponent at the same time.A normal number of opponents for a Grandmaster is 20-30.
Wow, don’t you get tired?Yes I do! and playing such a thing normally makes me cover the same distance as a soccer midfielder.So in Chess as any other sport you need good physics.
It can also be a Blindfold exhibition
What does it mean?It means that the exhibitioneer plays a game against another person with his or her eyes covered!
Wow how can you do that?Since I use visualization and project a chessboard inside my head.
But How can you see what they move?No I can´t but I have an arbiter that tells me the coordinates of their movesFor example Pawn e2 to e4 and since the chessboard is a cordinate system I can than easily register my opponents moves in my mind.
An Event can be
• A Company kick-off• Team building with a chess theme where strategic thinking will be excercised and translated into Corporate strategic thinking• A lecture at your chess club, school or Rotary association
I have many years of experience in constructing and organizing events and below you can see some samples of previous events that I have done.
If you are Interested in an exhibition or event than do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blindfold Simul at IKANO-HUSET
A blind fold exhibition on IKANO-HUSET in Linköping I gave a blindfold simul against totally four players from Linköpings chess club. What does it mean? well it means that I played two games parallel with my eyes covered against two opponents that were able to see the board! Wow how can you do that? Since […]
PWC Kickoff “Chesstrains”
In 2009 The big Multinational enterprice Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) who also happend to be the official sponsor of Swedish Chess, wanted a chess event at their annual kickoff, where they invite their Swedish employees to a city over a weekend full of different events, concerts and partys. This time they had charted 2 trains […]